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Adjectives 3

Adjectives 3

80 [osmdesát]

Přídavná jména 3

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She has a dog. aaaaa On- má-p--. O-- m- p--- O-a m- p-a- ----------- Ona má psa. 0
The dog is big. aaaaa T-n -e---- velk-. T-- p-- j- v----- T-n p-s j- v-l-ý- ----------------- Ten pes je velký. 0
She has a big dog. aaaaa M- vel-é-o--sa. M- v------ p--- M- v-l-é-o p-a- --------------- Má velkého psa. 0
She has a house. aaaaa Má---m. M- d--- M- d-m- ------- Má dům. 0
The house is small. aaaaa T---d---je ----. T-- d-- j- m---- T-n d-m j- m-l-. ---------------- Ten dům je malý. 0
She has a small house. aaaaa M- m-lý dům. M- m--- d--- M- m-l- d-m- ------------ Má malý dům. 0
He is staying in a hotel. aaaaa Bydlí---hote--. B---- v h------ B-d-í v h-t-l-. --------------- Bydlí v hotelu. 0
The hotel is cheap. aaaaa T-n-h--el j- l-v--. T-- h---- j- l----- T-n h-t-l j- l-v-ý- ------------------- Ten hotel je levný. 0
He is staying in a cheap hotel. aaaaa By--- v levn-m-h--elu. B---- v l----- h------ B-d-í v l-v-é- h-t-l-. ---------------------- Bydlí v levném hotelu. 0
He has a car. aaaaa Má -u-o. M- a---- M- a-t-. -------- Má auto. 0
The car is expensive. aaaaa T---ut--je----hé. T- a--- j- d----- T- a-t- j- d-a-é- ----------------- To auto je drahé. 0
He has an expensive car. aaaaa Má dr--- -u--. M- d---- a---- M- d-a-é a-t-. -------------- Má drahé auto. 0
He reads a novel. aaaaa Č-- r--án. Č-- r----- Č-e r-m-n- ---------- Čte román. 0
The novel is boring. aaaaa T---ro-á--j- -ud--. T-- r---- j- n----- T-n r-m-n j- n-d-ý- ------------------- Ten román je nudný. 0
He is reading a boring novel. aaaaa Č-- -u-n---omán. Č-- n---- r----- Č-e n-d-ý r-m-n- ---------------- Čte nudný román. 0
She is watching a movie. aaaaa D--á--- n--fil-. D--- s- n- f---- D-v- s- n- f-l-. ---------------- Dívá se na film. 0
The movie is exciting. aaaaa Ten--i-m j- -ap--avý. T-- f--- j- n-------- T-n f-l- j- n-p-n-v-. --------------------- Ten film je napínavý. 0
She is watching an exciting movie. aaaaa D-v- -e--a n------ý--i-m. D--- s- n- n------- f---- D-v- s- n- n-p-n-v- f-l-. ------------------------- Dívá se na napínavý film. 0

The language of academics

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